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Old 08-11-2004, 05:59 PM
RavenJackson RavenJackson is offline
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Default Re: How Bad is Bad?

I had the exact same thing happen the other night on UB. Four in at the river, the board had the nuts and, as a joke, I pushed all-in. Me and one caller split the pot, which should have been a 4 way split. I was amazed and will definitely try this again.
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Old 08-11-2004, 07:06 PM
durron597 durron597 is offline
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Default Re: How Bad is Bad?

On the new WPT version of Celebrity Poker, one player had pocket Jacks and the other person had KT. Flop of Q9x, they both check, turn is a J, and the guy with Jacks goes allin. Now the way this was working was that they all had a Red card that they could use once to call the pros in to ask for advice... and the chick with KT used her card! It's like, OMG you have THE NUTS, what do you need the pros for, sigh....

Edit: the pros they had on the show were Daniel Negreanu and Jennifer Harmen.
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Old 08-11-2004, 07:10 PM
patrick dicaprio patrick dicaprio is offline
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Default Re: How Bad is Bad?

in a similar vein, i was in a home game that is similar to the party 10's when a full house cam on the board. There were three players left, two good and one bad. The first player bets all in, and i agonize, and think and talk about teh possibility of a higher pocket pair etc.. of course i call but the third player folded so we each got an extra share of the pot.

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